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Smile [XPOSED] XperiaFMwoHS - FM Radio without headset

Makes Xperia FM radio work without wired headset. Not always good reception but we should have choice
Here you have the source:
https://github.com/thermatk/XperiaFMwoHS
The binary:
https://github.com/thermatk/XperiaFMwoHS/releases
And Xposed repo link:
http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.t...f.xperiafmwohs

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Great stuff. Easier than editing the apk for sure.
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I couldn't catch any radio without the headset :S
 
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I couldn't catch any radio without the headset :S
yes, me too. Can't catch their signals.
 
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Makes Xperia FM radio work without wired headset. Not always good reception but we should have choice
Here you have the source:
https://github.com/thermatk/XperiaFMwoHS
The binary:
https://github.com/thermatk/XperiaFMwoHS/releases
And Xposed repo link:
http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.t...f.xperiafmwohs
Confirmed! Works with Xperia tablet Z 4.3 SGP311... thanks man!
 
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yes, me too. Can't catch their signals.
On Z Ultra I get great reception but only in the open air. Maybe Z Ultra is just big enough
 
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Works in Xperia M dual
but it cant obtain any signal...
maybe there might a code to search for signal using headset?
if u can please took into it
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i tried with edited radio3.apkon my own by the guide to modify smali.....it has same result...only can open radio...but its not obtaining signal
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Works in Xperia M dual
but it cant obtain any signal...
maybe there might a code to search for signal using headset?
if u can please took into it
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i tried with edited radio3.apkon my own by the guide to modify smali.....it has same result...only can open radio...but its not obtaining signal
Radio3.apk is easily decompilable to java code with dex2jar and jd-gui and you can try to look for such code for yourself. But I'm sure there is nothing of this kind, they use the same codebase for all devices and why would they implement the same restriction twice?
Xperia M is 4", so maybe it is just too small to get around without headset?
 
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Working flawless with impresive reception on my XZ .101
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On Z Ultra I get great reception but only in the open air. Maybe Z Ultra is just big enough
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Radio3.apk is easily decompilable to java code with dex2jar and jd-gui and you can try to look for such code for yourself. But I'm sure there is nothing of this kind, they use the same codebase for all devices and why would they implement the same restriction twice?
Xperia M is 4", so maybe it is just too small to get around without headset?
No its not about mobile i think, i have xperia u and I can get good reception in open air, but a not so good reception (although it DOES catch stations) indoors...

EDIT: it ofcourse also depends upon the altitude, i good clear reception on 2nd floor but poor reception on ground floor

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